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power away from the republicans in 1921. and a key figure in that was an irish dan o'connell, there were four oh connell brothers and a couple of corning brothers, his father was one of them. and they found the new democratic party and they took the city back from the republicans had run it since 1899. and when they took it in 1921, they never let go. it's still in power. succession has been on through the death of the two people who was the key, perpetuators of the machine. dan o'connell died in 1957, and erasmus six years later. and after that came tommy whelan who was appointed, chosen as, successor by corning, and then now jerry jennings succeeded tommy whelan who died, and served for 10 years and then quit and then he was succeeded in a primary, and that was unheard of because you never contravened the choices of the political boss in albany. he was an absolute major power who did not share his power. he ran a very tight ship, and he was the most incredible politician. james macgregor burns said, the historian, he said what we really should do is put this political machine fully as
. and the key figure in that was an irishman, dan o'connell. there was four o'connell brothers, and there were a couple of corning brothers. they founded the new democratic party, and they took the city back from the republicans that had run it since 1899. and when they took it in 1921, they never let go. it's still in power. the succession has been on through the deaths of the two people who were the key perpetuators of the machine. dan o'connell died in 1977 and his son ten years later, and after that came tommy wales who was chosen as successor, and now jerry jennings succeeded tommy whalen, who died, who served for ten years and then quit. and then he, he was succeeded in a primary, and that was unheard of. because you never contravened the choices of the political boss, dan o'connell. he was an absolute, major power who did not share his power. and he, he ran a very tight ship. and he was the most incredible politician. james mcgregor burns said that -- the historian -- he said, you know, what we really should do is put this political machine fully as it exists right now into the smithson
the perpetuate years of the machine. dan o'connell died and after that to tommy was chosen as a successor by corning and now jerry jennings succeeded to serve for 10 years he succeeded in a primary. that was unheard of because you never contravene to. it was major power who did not share his power. he ran a very tight ship and was the most incredible politician. james macgregor said we should put this political machine into the smithsonian so we know what it is about. but after tommy wayland came into power, he changed everything and it was no longer the boss machine. they read an open city and not all the tammany hall politics that all but the was famous for. it was a notable target constantly for the whole 20th century through the '80s. a target for the republican reformers as do we tried to make his way to the warehouse on the back of the albany politicians. he failed. rockefeller failed.
, away from the republicans in 1921 and the key figure in that was an irishman, dan o'connell, and a couple of courting brothers, they founded the democrat -- the new democratic party and took the city back from the republicans in 89 nine. when they took it, in 1921, they never let go. it is still in power, succession has been on through the two people who were the key, perpetual leaders of the machine. dan o'connell died in 1967, and erasmus six years later and after that came tommy whalen who was chosen as a successor by courting by erasmus and jerry jennings succeeded connie wayman who died and serve ten years and quit and was succeeded in a primary and that was unheard of because you never contravened the choices on the political boss in o'connell. he was an absolute major power and did not share his power. he ran a tight ship, he was the most incredible politician. the historian, what we should do is put this political machine, the smithsonian institution and a boss machine is all about. actor tommy whalen came into power, open up the city, no longer the boss machine and
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